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Posted: Mar 19 2011, 11:23 PM
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Joined: 5-July 09
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21 . natalie dormer
The younger daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Boleyn, Mistress Anne is an incredibly ambitious, hard-hearted young woman, much like her uncle the Duke of Norfolk; she doesn't want personal attachments to get in the way of family ambition. She has been educated in France, and is more French than English, enjoying fashion and fine things. Intelligent and cunning, Anne knows exactly what she wants and how to get it, not only eager to serve her family but first and foremost herself. Despite her skills of manipulation, she is charming and filled with joie de vivre, an avid card-player and gambler.
18 . rebekah wainwright
The only daughter of William Willoughby, 11th Baron Willoughby d'Eresby, young Catherine was orphaned at the age of ten, inheriting her father's wealth and vast estates, making her a wealthy girl. Now grown, a baroness in her own right and a countess by marriage to John Dudley, Catherine is known for being discreet and polite, but it's all a show. The young lady is sharp-tongued and intelligent, with a cutting wit; but she hides behind being a proper lady of piety and discretion. Raised by her formidable mother after her father died, she is strong-willed and spirited. She does have a soft heart for those close to her and a wry sense of humor, but you'd never know it unless she felt like letting you in.
Isabel de Chandée
23 . kiia waden
Isabel Leigh is the eldest daughter of the combined family of the Leighs and Howards, comprising ten all together. Her stepfather is Edmund Howard and, as such, she is the step-niece of the Duke of Norfolk. Growing up in such a large family, she was sent to serve a dowager countess in Kent, and there she became a faithful, virtuous, and spiritual young woman. After the countess passed away, she obtained a position at court, first serving Princess Margaret and then serving Queen Francesca. She is a very bright and happy woman who loves to read as well as sew and pray. Recently she has married Philibert de Chandée, 1st Earl of Bath who came from France with the Ducs de Valois and Nemours. She is easily one of the most virtuous women at court and is known for her kindness and sweetness.
16 . holly grainger
The youngest surviving child and the only daughter of the formidable and luxurious Earl of Northumberland, she is only sixteen years of age. Pampered by her three elder brothers and treated kindly, although distantly, by her father, she has never known a day of worry despite her mother's early death. Educated by her brother Henry's Flemish tutor, she is rather well-read for a Percy daughter, encouraged along the way by her brothers. She has heard she is to be betrothed to the seventeen year old son of the Earl of Oxford, young John de Vere. She knows she will be sold off to be a wife only because she has no other options. With her father dead in disgrace for treason, she is at the mercy of others and does not like it, used to getting her own way.
22 . scarlett johansson
Mary Boleyn seems like the stereotypical good girl, with her fair complexion and blond hair, yet she is ever the skilled courtesan. She is a hopeless flirt and enjoys all kinds of male attentions, much to the disgust of her family, who sees her as rather silly and flighty. She doesn't like the ambition that goes along with her family and prefers to just settle down with her new husband, William Carey, and raise a family.
18 . rachel hurd-wood
The beautiful youngest sister of the King of England, Mary has a special relationship with her brother. They are close, and Mary knows she can get whatever she wants--except her happiness. Long in love with Charles Brandon, he is now married, and there is talk of sending the most beautiful woman in Europe to marry the King of France. Spoiled, charming, and stubborn, Mary is a well-educated girl with a flair for the dramatic, knowing breaking down into easy tears in front of her brother is a good way to get what she wants; except lately, it hasn't been working. With her wild temper and charisma, who knows what will happen to the young princess.
21 . annabelle wallis
Bound to serve and obey. Jane Seymour is a rather obedient and modest young woman, who will do anything her family tells her to (which at court, her brother Edward is considered the head), whether it's catching the favor of the King or otherwise. The family hopes that Jane will catch the king's eye before too long. She dislikes the Boleyns by association, for she is told to dislike them and that they are her enemies, so they are. Keen to do whatever she is told, Jane hangs about the edges of court, waiting for someone to notice her.
18 . clemence poesy
The youngest of the Seymour siblings, Elizabeth stands in the shadow of her elder sister Jane, but does not bear any grudge to her. She is modest and demure and quick to demur a compliment and think nothing of it. She is one of the youngest at court and naive in her own ways. Slightly awkward, Elizabeth is not skilled in courtly flirtation, but is willing to learn. Widowed by her naval husband Anthony Oughtred, she is lonely and seeks solace in friendship with William Parr, the Earl of Essex, whom she is infatuated with though he does not return her meager affection.
25 . olivia hallinan
The only child of a knight and his baroness wife, Jane Guildford was orphaned at a young age with the death of her mother. Raised alongside the Dudley boys, Jane grew up a bit of a tomboy, well-educated to be sure, but more interested in outdoor activities than anything else. As a girl she was betrothed to John Dudley, later the Earl of Warwick, but her father broke the arrangement once it came to light that his father was a traitor. Knowing such things happened, she was rather upset anyway, as she enjoyed his company as a friend and nursed a girlish infatuation for him. Seeking to move on with her life, Jane is at court hoping to find position with Queen or Princess as a lady in waiting, eager to find a husband to quell her loneliness.
17 . elisabeth harnois
Catherine, one of the youngest at court, is often a very silly and flighty girl. Life, to her, is like a fairytale. However, one part of the fairytale is missing...her happily-ever-after. She desires to love, and to be loved, so desperately, that it leads her to seek love in all the wrong places. In spite of these errors in judgment, she has a rather kind heart and doesn't seek to actively hurt or destroy anyone.
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